The Mess of Notre Dame is a work composed in the 14th century by the musician and poet Guillaume de Machaut (c. 1300 – 1377). This mass for four voices most probably dates back to the beginning of the 1360s. Its exceptional character lies in the fact that it is the first polyphonic setting of the ordinary of the mass – Kyrie, Gloria, Credo, Sanctus, Agnus Dei – to be entirely written by one author.
12 tracks including:
Introit: Suscepimus – Kyrie – Gloria – Graduel: Suscepimus Deus misericordiam tuam – Alleluia: Adorabo ad templum sanctum – Credo – Sanctus – Ite Missa est